"Everything we know about Rebecca Schroeter can almost be written on the back of a postage stamp. She was a London merchant's daughter who eloped with a promising German musician, Johann Schroeter, in 1775. After some years he died and she fell in love with the married composer Haydn, who was visiting England in the late 1790s. She wrote him 23 letters expressing her love and admiration, which he copied into a notebook. Haydn returned to Vienna and that was the end of that. He later admitted to his biographer that he might have married the beautiful English widow, if he had been free."

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